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Old Jan 9, 2011, 1:46 PM   #1
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Next, a hike up Bays Mountain: the lake was frozen over:
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Old Jan 9, 2011, 1:47 PM   #2
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yup. the lake was really frozen...
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hope you enjoyed the not so long, mostly lake hike i appreciate any comments or critiques.
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Thanks for the tour Vole, more very cold looking shots ! What I want to know is ...... where are the Dragonflies !?!
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Very nice Vole. Looks beautiful.
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Another fine frozen day! Some really interesting lines and curves in all of these - amazing how you can take some "ordinary" ice and make some extroadinary pictures!

PS to Frogfish/Kevin - Bays Mountain is a dragonfly paradise year-round - we just decided not to break the ice and dive down to visit them this time!
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Ha ha, Mole, you very funny fellow.

Vole, you got some really fine photos, tack sharp too!
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frogfish: thanks. i think i scared all of the dragonflies away
mtnman:thanks!
Mole: thanks again! (ps. hey, you're funny!! )
gw: thanks!
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